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Where are they now?

Researched by E3161 Victoria Edwards

Royal Roads University’s Board of Governors is pleased to announce the appointment of Stephen Grundy, PhD, to the position of vice-president (academic) and provost effective April 1, 2011. Grundy began his career at Royal Roads in 1988 when he was hired as a chemistry professor at Royal Roads Military College. In 1995, when the idea for a special-purpose university targeting working professionals was conceived, Grundy was part of the team that established the university’s School of Environment and Sustainability and helped to formulate the vision that would eventually result in the birth of Royal Roads University.

He has since held a succession of research and teaching positions, was dean of the School of Environment and Sustainability, and was acting vice-president (academic) from 2006 to 2007. Prior to his new appointment he was the associate vice-president (program development), chief information officer and registrar.

http://www.royalroads.ca/news-release/stephen-grundy-appointed-vp-academic-and-provost-rru

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15457 Le Prof. André St-Hilaire travaille au Centre Eau Terre Environnement, INRS. Il s’intéresse à la variabilité spatiale et temporelle de variables abiotiques en rivière et au contenu en information de réseaux de stations de mesures. Ses travaux portent également sur les analyses statistiques reliées aux débits réservés et leur impact sur la conception des ouvrages de même que sur l’analyse des étiages dans un contexte de changements climatiques. Le Prof. St-Hilaire a précédemment travaillé à l’Université Laval, à l’Université de Moncton, à l’Institut Maurice-Lamontagne et dans divers entreprises du secteur privé. Il se spécialise en hydrologie statistique et environnementale, en modélisation stochastique et déterministe ainsi qu’en études d’impact et suivis environnementaux. Il a un B.Sc. physique et océanographie, Royal Roads Military College;

M. Sc. Appliquées, Université de Moncton; et Ph. D. Sc. Eau, Institut national de la recherche scientifique / INRS-Eau. http://www.ete.inrs.ca/andre-saint-hilaire

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Catching Up With the News

Governor General Invests 56 Individuals into the Order of Military Merit – Includes 2 current RMC staff  members and a student:

In the photo above – three RMC staff  at Rideau Hall with the Governor-General: Capt Peter Hamilton (currently deployed to Afghanistan), College RSM, CWO Slack, His Excellency David Johnston, Governor- General of Canada and CWO André Normandin a student on the Knowledge Acquisition Program.


The Order of Military Merit was created in 1972 to recognize meritorious service and devotion to duty by members of the Canadian Forces. The Order has three levels of membership: Commander (C.M.M.), Officer (O.M.M.) and Member (M.M.M.).

His Excellency the Right Honourable David Johnston, Governor General and Commander-in-Chief of Canada, presided over the Order of Military Merit investiture ceremony at Rideau Hall, on February 18, 2011

A familiar RMC name and face, 12192 Major-General Thomas James Lawson, C.M.M., C.D. was one of the recipients at the COMMANDERS category –  this is a promotion within the Order.

For the full list check here

G.G. Speech here